Shattered Innocence: The Chicago Child Murders of 1955
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In October 1955, Anton and John Schuessler and their friend Robert Peterson attended a downtown movie - and never returned. Three days later the boys were found lying dead in Robinson's Woods near O'Hare, sparking the largest coordinated police investigation in Chicago history. Richard Lindberg spent five years researching this puzzling case, uncovering additional suspects. Lindberg will cover the 1957 abduction-murders of Barbara and Patricia Grimes.